Tomorrowland extends festival contract through 2034
Tomorrowland celebrates its 15th birthday in 2019, but fans can now expect 15 more as the bucket-list topping festival just extended its contract with its annual host, the town of Boom, Belgium.
The first 15 years of Tomorrowland’s story have seen the European massive literally multiply in size. In 2019, the Belgian massive brought an estimated 400,000 attendees from around the world, nearly 50 times more than the 9,000 who partied at the festival’s inaugural edition.
With Tomorrowland bringing so much global attention in addition to its renowned lineups each year, the festival was able to renegotiate aspects of its contract with the Boom government. As such, the town will lower its tax on Tomorrowland a total of 14 percent, from €3.50 per day per person to just €3. Tomorrowland has taken place at De Schorre Estate since its inception, and according to event spokesman Debby Wilmsen, “Boom and De Schorre are part of the long-term vision that we have with the festival.”
Tomorrowland 2020 is a two-weekend event, first taking place on July 17 – 19 before returning the following week, July 24 – 26. Ticket registration for 2020 is now open.
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